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|Randgold Resources Ltd.||4355||-1.69%|
Sunday newspaper round-up: Lloyds, Marks&Spencer, Oil explorers 21 Sep 2014 | 18:48
Lloyds Banking Group is considering moving its legal home to England from Scotland even after the Scots voted against leaving the UK, the Mail on Sunday reported. Lloyds had said it would move if Scotland voted to leave the union but has only said it would keep "a significant presence" in Scotland after a no vote. More devoloution of powers to Scotland could lead to a different Scottish tax rate or tax regime. The bank will also have to make changes to its legal structure because of requirements to split retail and investment banking.
Sunday share tips: GlaxoSmithKline, African Minerals, WANdisco 21 Sep 2014 | 15:56
Buy shares of GlaxoSmithKline, Questor said in the Sunday Telegraph. China's £297m fine against GSK for corruption is manageable and has lifted the cloud that hung over the company. The shares have underperformed the wider market and are trading on 15.3 times forecast earnings compared with 22 times for the FTSE 350 pharma sector. With US and UK investigations into alleged corruption continuing, GSK is not out of the woods yet but it is not in those governments' interests to disrupt GSK's drug programmes and trigger job cuts so the shares should recover.
US close: Stocks mostly lower as outlook for economy slows 19 Sep 2014 | 22:12
US stocks ended the session mostly lower after a report showed the outlook for the US economy slowed.
Europe close: Stocks gain after Scotland votes against independence from UK 19 Sep 2014 | 17:12
European stocks gained Friday after Scotland rejected independence from the UK in a referendum.
Barclays expects full-blown QE from ECB in Q1 2015 19 Sep 2014 | 17:03
The European Central Bank (ECB) is expected to extend its new asset purchase programme by adding central government bonds (EGBs) by the first quarter of 2015, according to Barclays' analysts.